Mumbai: A 43-year-old man from Pune and his son each appeared for the Class 10 Maharashtra board examinations this 12 months, however the outcomes introduced a combined bag of emotions for the household as the daddy cleared the examination, whereas the son failed. The outcomes of the annual Class 10 exams carried out by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Larger Secondary Training have been declared on Friday.
Bhaskar Waghmare, who had to surrender research after Class 7 and take up a job to maintain his household, was eager to renew research. After a niche of 30 years, he appeared for the exams this 12 months alongside together with his son.
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“I all the time needed to review extra, however couldn’t achieve this earlier due to household duties and to earn to maintain our livelihood,” Waghmare, a resident of Babasaheb Ambedkar Dias Plot in Pune metropolis who’s into a personal job, informed reporters on Saturday night.
Father and son seem for Class 10 exams collectively
“Since someday, I used to be eager on resuming research and performing some programs which might assist me in incomes extra. Therefore, I had determined to look for the Class 10 exams. My son was additionally showing for the exams this 12 months, and this helped me,” he mentioned.
Waghmare mentioned he used to review each day and put together for the exams after his work. Although he’s now completely happy to have cleared the exams, he’s unhappy that his son failed in two papers.
“I’ll help my son in taking over the supplementary exams (carried out for college students who’ve failed in some topics) and I’m hopeful he’ll clear them,” he mentioned.
His son Sahil additionally had combined emotions.
“I’m completely happy that my father did what he all the time needed to do. However, I may also not hand over. I’ll put together for the supplementary exams and attempt to clear the papers,” he added.
As per the outcomes introduced on Friday, the general move share this 12 months was 96.94 per cent.
The Konkan division registered the best move share of 99.27, whereas Nashik division was on the backside with 95.90 per cent.
This 12 months, college students showing for the examination got half-hour further to finish the papers and for his or her comfort, their very own faculties have been allowed because the examination centres.
Final 12 months (2020-21), the exams had been cancelled as a result of rise in COVID-19 instances and the outcomes have been ready primarily based on the marks obtained within the Class 9 examination and as per inside assessments of Class 10.
The move share for 2020-21 was 99.95 per cent.